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Philip J. Dolan (Editor), Capabilities of Nuclear Weapons, Stanford Research Institute, Defense Nuclear Agency Effects Manual 1, DNA EM 1, 1972, with page updates Change 1 (1978) and Change 2 (1981). Declassified in 1989 with some deletions. Note that this is Part 1, Phenomenology, 835 pages. There is a separate Part 2, Damage Criteria, which gives data on damage and effects caused by the various phenomena. This manual was first issued in July 1951 as TM 23-200, Capabilities of Atomic Weapons. It was renamed Capabilities of Nuclear Weapons in 1964. The current version is 22 volumes long (Harold L. Brode's 1992 edition), with a separate volume for each chapter. A condensed summary of declassified data was issued in 1996 (John A. Northrop's Handbook of Nuclear Weapons Effects Abstracted from EM-1). Revisions continue. Discussion: http://glasstone.blogspot.co.uk/

See also: The effects of the atomic bomb on Hiroshima, Japan (the secret U.S. Strategic Bombing Survey report 92, Pacific Theatre) located at: http://archive.org/details/TheEffectsOfTheAtomicBombOnHiroshima


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